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>>> good evening. i'm dan harris. we'll get to david muir in iran in just a moment. >>> we start tonight with the breaking news out of florida. a treacherous finale to a race at the daytona international speedway. cars colliding. getting tossed around like toys. pieces of cars flying over a fence, injuring at least a dozen people, including some fans. abc's linzie janis on the story. >> contact! a terrible crash coming to the finish. >> reporter: one driver sparked a dramatic crash on the daytona track. sending his car spinning into the wall and another going airborne. parts of the 12 cars involved in the crash, slide through the fence, into the stands, hitting and injuring speck day tors. so far, 15 people have been taken to the hospital. the drivers are all okay. now, take a look again. the driver out front is regan smith, he tries to prevent his opponent, the car directly behind him trying to break out in front. it causes smith's car to spin out of control, into the fence, triggering the crash. >> part of that car did pierce the catch fencing. >> i made the move. started the c
. >>> plus, an abc news exclusive. david muir inside iran. on the eve of those crucial nuclear talks, involving iran. and u.s. iran with a new bold announcement about future nuclear attacks. plus, rare access to the streets of iran. and hearing from the young people, what would they say to president obama. >>> >>> and the footloose first lady. why michelle obama is going viral tonight. >>> and good evening. i'm dan harris. we'll get to david muir in iran in just a moment. >>> but we're going to start tonight with the breaking news out of florida. a treacherous finale to a race at the daytona international speedway. cars colliding, getting tossed around like toys. pieces of cars flying over a fence, injuring at least a dozen people, many of them fans. abc's linzie janis on the story. >> reporter: one driver sparked a dramatic crash on the daytona track. >> and contact! and a terrible crash coming to finish. >> reporter: sending his car spinning into the wall and another going airborne. parts of the 12 cars involved in the crash, slide through the fence, into the stands, hitting and in
exclusive. david muir inside iran. on the eve of those crucial nuclear talks, involving iran and the u.s. iran with a bold, new announcement about future neu neuronuclear sights. plus, rare access to the streets of iran. and hearing from the young people, what would they say to president obama. >>> and the footloose first lady. why michelle obama is going viral tonight. >>> and good evening. i'm dan harris. we'll get to david muir in iran in just a moment. >>> but we're going to start with the breaking news out of florida. a treacherous finale to a race at the daytona international speedway today. look at the video. cars colliding, getting tossed around like toys. pieces of them flying over a fence, injuring at least a dozen people, many of them fans. abc's linzie janis is on the story. >> reporter: one driver sparked a dramatic crash on the daytona track. >> and contact!
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's attention. come no, we talk with david muir about the exclusive interview that he has with the boy's brother tonight on 20/20. >> and a high school science project but turned into a medical breakthrough. waldorf teenager turned out a patented invention that helps wounded warriors overcome injuries. her captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the entire country watched as a hostage standoff involving a young boy unfolded in alabama. he is now safe and his captor dead after the fbi raided the bunker where he was being held. david muir is joining me now. this was an incredible story with a happy ending for the young boy ethan. >> good to be with you. i just can back from alabama last night around midnight after spending some time with members of his immediate family. this is the first time they are sharing their story, what it was like for them for those six days. almost six days to the hour that he spends his time underground with a complete stranger. among the things they reveal is that they had no idea how he was being treated down there. they wanted to know whe
. >> carnival is offering -- [inaudible] >> that was brianne carter. coming up, i will talk with david muir about the carnival and another high-profile cruise ship disaster as well. now to the weather. a gorgeous day outside, but some changes later today. adam caskey? >> beautiful conditions so far this friday. later this evening into the nighttime, areas of cold rain across the washington area. that will mix with a little light snow as well. it will not amount to much. then another chance of snowfall into tomorrow. first, a beautiful look at frederick. 51 degrees with a west southwesterly breeze at 5. a mixture of sun and clouds in frederick, clouds increasing. in reston, 52. 57 la plata. germantown 53. warming up nicely. topping out this afternoon in the mid-50s in the metro. your travel forecast, in chicago, 28 and cold. denver, 34 degrees. partly cloudy with sunshine in the southwest. a little rain and snow in kentucky and west virginia already. we will keep an eye on that. it's moving our way. a coastal storm on saturday. >> the d.c. council is taking a closer look at how the d.c. pol
. a government shot out of the sky in syria and our terry moran is there. as abc's david muir makes his way into the secretive center of iran. >>> credit card warning for 20 million people. phony fees companies are putting on your bill. how to stop them and save money tonight. >>> and robin's journey. back on "gma." what happened behind the scenes? and what she did specifically to make sure she could start this day. >> i have been waiting 174 days to say this -- good morning, america. >>> good evening. as we come on the air, a giant witch's brew of weather is marching across the country, arctic air, snow, ice, even the threat of tornadoes. tonight, 30 million people, 19 states from arizona to illinois are in the storm zone, under watches and warnings. and here are some pictures that tell the story. out in california, a school bus sliding off a snow-covered highway. and in arizona, a cactus is frosty white. abc's weather editor sam champion has tracked it all. >> reporter: it started as a brutal wintry blast covering california with wind, rain and snow. drivers unprepared for the messy condi
. and david muir on nuclear defiance from iran tonight. >>> and real answers. you sweat it out on the exercise machine, but how accurate are those calories and distance numbers? stay tuned. >>> good evening. at this very moment, 60 million americans are trying to navigate a record-breaking storm. the snow and the ice and even the explosive force of what experts call thundersnow. and, the heartland is taking the hardest hit. look at kansas. a highway of motionless cars stretching out to the horizon. abc's emergency ginger zee is standing in the middle of what would be rush hour in topeka, right ginger? >> reporter: diane, here in kansas, where they have declared a state of emergency, and, yes, this is downtown topeka, main roads, nobody on them. peoples of snow, still very slick. kansas officials and others from here to nebraska, illinois and missouri, asking people to stay off the roads tonight. halted in the heartland. the monster snowstorm made for white-knuckle driving. from cars being pushes and pulled in kansas city, to this car up in flames after revving the engine trying to get up a hil
talks, why some americans are being cheered by the iranians tonight and david muir is there. >>> real money. on oscar weekend we show you a new way to save a lot of cash on movie tickets and popcorn. >>> and our person of the week. >> thelma & louise ride again. >> i sit down with my friend robin roberts who tells all of us how to find the strength inside you don't even know you have. >> i feel strength like i have never felt before. >> good evening. as we come on the air this friday night, millions of people are trying to drive home on sheets of ice. the giant snowstorm still on the move. think of these images as a kind of sos, planes paralyzed, highways a danger zone. as one monster storm is winding down, another is powering up. abc's john schriffen is in minneapolis where streets have become a slip and slide. >> reporter: snowy, icy roads tonight turning mush of the midwest into a deadly skating rink. crash after crash from this monster storm. nearly 300 accidents in minnesota alone. >> it's a mess. it's really a mess out here. >> reporter: in ohio, this tractor trailer dangles pre
their retirement funds and asking, is this the signal that a boom is coming our way? abc's david muir is here to tell us is the roller coaster ride
department is saying they still believe there's still a diplomatic solution to be had. david muir is inside that secretive country at a crucial point in this nuclear impasse. david? >> reporter: dan, good evening. the iranians we talked with, said, they hoped for a break in the impasse. particularly, the young voices here. tonight, you'll hear from them and what they would say to president obama. the iranian government allowing us into tehran, just three days now until those crucial talks. as we explored the city all this week, we have been struck by the young voices here. walking past a school, we noticed that the students are speaking english. we entered the schoolyard where they take lessons, this mother told us, her son will need english when she grew up. but we wondered if she thinks it would be any different. do you hope for your son a better relationship between iran and america? she tells me "god willing, that will happen." as classes let out, the students swarm our cameras. they have never met a reporter from america. do you think iran and america will get along? >> maybe. >> maybe
from that country, a country filled with nuclear ambition. and once again, abc's david muir is reporting live from tehran tonight. david? >> reporter: diane, good evening again from iran this evening. and we begin with that new u.n. report, the inspectors who say they discovered advanced centrifuges installed at one of iran's main nuclear facilities. they say it's proof that iran can now speed up the process to a nuclear weapon. iran, of course, saying it has no such ambition, but the state department, diane, reacting quickly tonight, calling this further escalation, a provocative step, just days before the u.s. and iran are back at the negotiating table. and tonight, right here, you'll hear from the iranian people we spoke with today, many of whom say they're the ones caught in the middle. allowed rare access to the streets here, today, we went in search of one of the biggest pharmacies in central tehran, having heard life-saving medicine is now running out. >> hello. >> reporter: this doctor runs the pharmacy. >> right now, we have shortage almost of every category of medi
encounter, still overseas. we head to iran on the eve of nuclear talks where abc's david muir found himself in a room with the volatile president and david joins us from tehran to tell us more. >> reporter: good morning again from tehran. on the eve of the tenuous talks, we witnessed something we had never seen before today. iranians and americans on the same world stage. thousands of iranians cheering on a young man from america. here on the streets of tehran, nuclear tensions mounting even before the talks start. we learned today of something that almost never happens here, a moment during which iran and america were sharing the same stage. after several requests, hours of waiting, we were allowed in. down the stairs, through the hallways, and suddenly we hear an unfamiliar introduction. >> from the united states -- >> reporter: the u.s. team being announced. but at the door, one more delay for us. guards tell us our female producer can't go in. >> no women. no. >> reporter: but we keep asking and they finally allow her in. one of the only women in the entire arena. a handshake from one o
, a nation holding its breath and now a mother holding her little boy again. tonight david muir is just back from alabama with exclusive pictures and you met with the family, david and how is he doing? >> ethan is smiling wide. you'll see it for yourself here tonight. so is his mom, brother, and entire family. grateful for that rescue, grateful they were able to throw him that birthday party, that team getting him out just before he turned six. tonight, an abc news exclusive. this is ethan. that boy held in that bunker. now home with his mother. his family, now smiling again. >> reporter: the family telling us they hoped we should america their little boy is back. and tonight, for the first time, the images from ethan's birthday party this week. he turned 6. taken captive just days before his birthday, the entire town had hoped and prayed for this party. and they held it. his family, his friends, and the heroes. the team that saved him. the fbi agent who made the call to move in. >> approximately 3:12 this afternoon, fbi agents safely recovered the child who has been held hostage for nearly
they be stopped? abc's david muir leads us off. he is there on the eve of the crucial talks. good evening, david. >> reporter: diane, good evening. we are coming to you live from tehran tonight. iran has allowed us in at this critical moment. the u.s. and much of the west convinced that iran continues to work toward those nuclear weapons. iran, of course, denying this and, as you point out, we are just days away now from the u.s. and iran joining a small group of others as they return to the negotiating table. we landed in iran, in a country where american journalists are rarely allowed to visit. and rarer still, we were given access to the people, the streets of tehran. above ground, a bustling city of 12 million. below ground, we discover a gleaming subway system, far quieter and cleaner than the famous subways of new york city. and there was something else very different. this says "women only" right here. the back of the train, reserved for women. but beyond the trains, the traffic, everywhere you look, there is something else on the move here. the prices. skyrocketing inflation. their curre
's david muir is here to tell us is the roller coaster ride over in. >> finally over, great to see you. every economist i talked to had a smile on their face saying we're not completely there yet but this is a huge start, housing values coming back and 401(k) coming back and dow more at 14,000, not just a psychological barrier, tonight a real one. it was on the cable channels -- >> will we see a super close sth. >> reporter: wall street breaking a barrier, a psychological one sflf will we close above 14,000? >> reporter: we did. what does that mean for the modern american family? the baby boomers nearing retirement, the parents looking to help send their kids to college one day? many endured white knuckle days the economy tanking, debating along the way, should i keep my money in? do i take it out? dave ramsey travel as cross the country giving financial advice, 5 million radio listeners a week, giant voice urging boomers near the bottom of the market -- telling them keep their money in. >> a lot of people think if they take it out they can time the market. >> we were standing in the s
" with david muir. >>> good evening. thank you for being here on this sunday night. we begin this evening with that unfolding tragedy, a former navy s.e.a.l., a hero to members of the military. this evening authorities say he was targeted and killed by a fellow veter.
will deliver the response. he was much talked about vp candidate last year, something david muir asked about. >> i think if i do a good job, i'll have other opportunities inside and outside of politics. >> you have to be thinking about it. we heard the freudian slip. >> if i do a good job as vice president, i'm sorry. >> he wasn't picked for vice president but he may be eyeing something bigger. next step is doing well on tuesday night. >> ama: you can watch the state of the union address live here beginning at 6:00 on tuesday. >>> and getting close to the workweek. you have our weather. >> but we'll start to warm things up as we head into latter part of our workweek. it will still be cold inland expected as temperatures dipping down right near the freezing mark. keep that in mind, a beautiful sky out there this evening. vollmer peak cam looking back and we have clear skies, live doppler 7 hd picking up clear conditions. we'll animate this and what is sitting off the coast. and we have a clear sky tonight and translated to cold temperatures as the heat from today is going to radiate away. spe
. >> now, here's david muir with a look at what is ahead on world news at 5:30. >> coming up tonight right here on world news, what turned into into a modern day gold rush, how much for the piece of meteor that came crashing into the earth. and we'll take a look at the image of the shooting star in san francisco last night. and the latest on the storm moving across the country, and then this plane crash caught on tape. the view from inside the >>> a surprise today at the gas pump for many drivers. prices across the bay area increased an average of three cents overnight. i paid 4.17 today. aaa reports the average price for a gallon of regular in oakland is 4.02, san jose, 4.05. san francisco, expect to pay an average of 4.10. surprisingly prices in the pay area are under the california prices. oil analysts say gas prices change in may. >> it's a second chance for a dolphin caught in fishing line and was near death in southern california. sea world staffers and san diego lifeguards came to the creature's help. you can see rescuers catching the dolphin, pulling it to the boat and then cut it
terry moran is there. as abc's david muir makes his way into the secretive center of iran. >>> credit card warning for 20 million people. phony fees companies are putting on your bill. how to stop them and save money tonight. >>> and robin's journey. back on "gma." what happened behind the scenes? and what she did specifically to make sure she could start this day. >> i have been waiting 174 days to say this -- good morning, america. >>> good evening. as we come on the air, a giant witch's brew of weather is marching across the country, arctic air, snow, ice, even the threat of tornadoes. tonight, 30 million people, 19 states from arizona to illinois are in the storm zone, under watches and warnings. and here are some pictures that tell the story. out in california, a school bus sliding off a snow-covered highway. and in arizona, a cactus is frosty white. abc's weather editor sam
his way through the smoke of car bombs in syria. and david muir on nuclear defiance from iran tonight. >>> and real answers. you sweat it out on the exercise machine, but how accurate are those calories and distance numbers? stay tuned. >>> good evening. at this very moment, 60 million americans are trying to navigate a record-breaking storm. the snow and the ice and even the explosive force of what experts call thundersnow. and the heartland is taking the hardest hit. look at kansas. a highway of motionless cars stretching out to the horizon. abc's meteorologist ginger zee is standing in the middle of what would ordinarily be rush hour in topektopeka, right, gin? >> reporter: diane, i'm here in kansas where they have declared a state of emergency, and yes, this is downtown topeka, main roads, nobody on them. big piles of snow, still very
, and david muir is there. >>> real money. on oscar weekend we show you a new way to save a lot of cash on movie tickets and popcorn. >>> and our person of the week. >> "thelma & louise" ride again. >> i sit down with my friend robin roberts who tells all of us how to find the strength inside you don't even know you have. >> i feel strength like i have never felt before. >> good evening. as we come on the air this friday night, millions of people are trying to drive home on sheets of ice. the giant snowstorm still on the move. think of these images as a kind of sos, planes paralyzed, highways a danger zone. as one monster storm is winding down, another is powering up. abc's john schriffen is in minneapolis where streets have become a kind of slip-and-slide. >> reporter: snowy, icy roads tonight turning much of the midwest into a deadly
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david muir spoke to his brother in an exclusive interview. >> this morning an abc news exclusive. the first home movies and malgs from his sixth birthday party. the partyqúp&s his family and tn had been praying for. days before turning six he was snatched from a school bus and dragged to a underground bunker. >> tvccuÑ child appears physically unharmed and being treated at a local hospital. the subject is deceased. >> in the first interview ethan's brother tell meeg about text messages the family would get from the hostage negotiators keeping the family going. >> we didn't know when at times he was asleep. at night. >> they'd be able to tell you he's gone to bed? >> yes with we'd normally get a text he'd been, fallen asleep. >> was that some comfort? >> that was a lot of comfort. i can go lay my head down. >> his older brother never left their mother's side. >> you were there? >> we were all there when they told us. they said we have ethan. >> this morning the fbi spishl agent whose kale kaul it was to sent that team into the bunker revealed the suspect left behind writings and
! watch "world news" with david muir this evening. and that's the sloth. not david muir. >> very good saturday morning to you all. indicately marzullo. >> temperatures are filed in the 50s downtown. elsewhere we drop into the upper 30s by the delta and we will be expecting our last in a series of very mild averages. so starting out with numbers from the upper 30s to the lower 50s this morning. a few clouds around. the winds have shifted to more of an on show component. we will see a few degrees of cooling at our peaches. otherwise lower 60s to lower 70s once again today. enjoy it. we are looking at a cooling trend that begins tomorrow. in fact, by the time the long holiday weekend is over, we will be talking about much cooler weather and even a return to some showers. i'll have that for you a little bit later. katie. >> thank you. we have break news. on pressure island crews have evacuated an apartment complex because of a dangerous fire. kira klapper is live at the scene. and kira, we understand somebody has been killed will? >> that's right, kira. we had to move away from the scene.
.com on yahoo! watch "world news" with david muir this evening. in for david muir, dan harris. double-duty, today and tomorrow. >> if i look tired, you know why. >> good morning, everyone. i'm katie marzullo. lisa, it's a little wet out there this morning. >> it certainly is. we have the damp pavement. some economist drizzle from our roof camera. sunrise 6:49. as you head out this morning, yeah, you will have some of that wet pavement out there. there's a weak system that's allowing for a little bit in the way of mist and drizzle out there. otherwise cloudy skies. numbers from the upper 40s to the lower 50s. we are looking at the atmosphere really drying out this afternoon. temperatures in the upper 50s for the highs and the mid-60s around the bay. it should be just a few degrees cooler in san francisco. tonight the clean niece knew year's parade and it looks good. no rain. mainliler with numbers dropping through the 50s. we pretty good outlook for the weekend. will we continue to be dry in i'll let you know later. >> robert was sent to san quentin on the testimony of a witness who dr
.com on yahoo! watch "world news" with david muir this evening. and that's the sloth. not david muir. live and in hd, this is an news update. theaking a look at some of region topping the today. is in charge of a fire bombing. suffered a third and fourth degree burns. jury has indicted a george's county woman on charges.driving young was on a motorcycle and to another crashed siren on at the time. we have obtained in overtime shows shocking it comes to pay.ime station managers had over $100,000 a year salaries because of overtime. here is adam caskey with a look the forecast. >> we have some areas of rain in maryland. the green shows the rain, the anne arundel, calvert, counties. just a few flurries elsewhere. 33 at dulles airport. accumulation mostly in southern have wonwhere we could enter one engine the half and a spots around the beltway. thing today.st cold through the weekend. 35, but dusty. it will feel like the 20's even afternoon. >> thank you and we hope you have a great morning.
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.com on yahoo! watch "world news" with david muir this evening. and that's the sloth. not david muir. >>> redwood city residents are bracing for the third rate hike in past two years. "mercury news" reports that garbage bills could go up by 3% if the city council approves the proposal later this month. under the new rate proposal the typical monthly bill would go up 79 cents to $27.30. the city raised rates by 17% and 18% the year before. time for a check of the forecast. >> good morning. you can see the high clouds and bay bridge, temperatures are mild in downtown. in the 50s. half moon bay, 55 and upper 30s in santa rosa. you are noticing the high clouds at 15-30,000 feet with numbers in the upper 40s. they are coming up from the southwest but still high pressure is in control. another mild to warm day today. high is going to shift to the east and we will be looking at changes in fact bay area wide cooling. today 67 in san mateo. 70 in san jose. >> katie: next on abc news at 8:00. we continue to follow breaking news on treasure island where a child has died in an apartment fire. an
vote to iran. if assad falls. >> our david muir spent a week in iran, in tehran, around the country, took a look at how hard these international sanctions are hitting. >> george, good morning. there's really no question that the economic sanctions, the tightening sanctions led by the u.s. are truly felt here in iran. so many people talked about the prices going up dramatically here. inflation at rates 40% in some places. there's no question that people are feeling these sanctions. the question is whether or not the leadership is feeling it and whether they're going to do anything about it? all of that alluding to the economic sanctions. people here feeling it. whether or not that's going to press leaders next week is the big question this morning, george. >> that's the question, christiane. the president ahmadinejad conceded that it's been a very difficult year. >> yeah, it's been catastrophic. just talking to people in iran it's been catastrophic for the people. it's less affected the regime and what it has done is militarized iran. in other words, now, everything is view in the pa
" has put a spotlight back on that crisis and on the secretive nation, as well. abc's david muir was invited to take a look inside iran. >> we have just landed. >> reporter: we landed in iran in a country where american journalists are rarely allowed to visit. and rarer still, we were given access to the people, the streets of tehran. above ground, a bustling city of 12 million. below ground, we discover a subway system, far quieter and cleaner than the subways of new york city. and there was something else very different. this says women only here. the back of the train reserved for women. beyond the trains, the traffic, everywhere you look there's something else on the move, the prices. skyrocketing inflation. their currency losing 80% of its value in just the last year. u.s.-led sanctions tying an economic noose around iran. >> i think it hurts the people. >> reporter: the iranian people. the relationship between the u.s. and iran never recovered after those 444 days. americans held hostage as the world watched. right here in the heart of downtown tehran, what used to be the u
's david muir takes us inside iran. >> reporter: we went in search of one of the biggest pharmacies in central tehran. having heard life threatening medicine is running out. >> hello. >> reporter: this doctor runs the pharmacy. >> we have shortage of almost every category of the medicine. >> reporter: he points straight to tightening u.s. sanctions, meant to force iran's lead tore change course of thane nuclear program, now affecting everyone. all he says because money in and out of iran -- the money flow has stopped some of the drugs from coming in? >> yes. >> reporter: we asked him to allow us inside the pharmacy, and he takes us. is this crowd typical, the size of this crowd? immediately we see the lines, as we snake our way behind the counter to the back. where not only are they low on many medications, they have run out of several cancer drugs. and the urgency in their faces. this man shows us the prescription for a loved one with leukemia. you have gone to how many pharmacies? over 20? while we were there, he makes his way to the window, where he's told there is none left, to
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. >>> and thank you so much for watching on this friday night. david muir will be co-anchoring "20/20" coming up tonight, be sure to watch, and he'll be at this desk all weekend long. have a great weekend. see you monday. >>> make sure your picture doesn't go up on these boards what. will happen if the celebration gets out of hand. >> harbaughs host a brotherly love fest in new orleans. you're going to hear from them tonight. >> and a spectacular new look at the new bay bridge. our reporter is on the bridge live right now with a construction countdown. >>> we all know what happened when the giants won the world series. but do you know what happened to the people that stird up trouble that night? good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> 14 people were arrested that night z their lives, changed forever. they turned from fans into criminals. san francisco district attorney warns that the same will happen to you if you get caught acting out after the super bowl. we're live where most of that trouble erupted. >> that is right. here on valencia between 16th and 17th. the district attorney says let's not have
will deliver the response. rubio was a much talked about potential vp candidate last year. something david muir asked about on the campaign trail. >> i think if i do a good job as a senator, i'll have other opportunities inside and outside politics in the future. i don't know what they are, but i'll have them. >> you've got to be thinking about it, we heard the freudian slip. >> if i do a good job as vice president -- i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> it wasn't a freudian slip. >> reporter: he wasn't picked for vice president, but he might be eyeing something bigger. the next step, doing well tuesday night. >> a lot watching him, along with the president. reena, thank you. >>> and abc news will carry the coverage of the president's state of the union address live tuesday evening at 9:00 p.m. eastern. diane and george right here. >>> now tonight to the widow of legendary penn state coach joe paterno, fighting back against the official report of the scandal that ended her husband's career. she's talking exclusively with katie couric about the report. with a first look right here tonight, here's abc's jo
. and david muir is here with the news for your neighborhood. >> about time, right? this is a huge drop tonight in foreclosures across the country. home values on the rise. the housing market slowly recovering. tonight what we didn't know. what's suddenly driving that drop in foreclosures? >> reporter: it is a stunning drop in foreclosures. the number of treasured homes slipping away from american families -- dropping to its lowest level in six years. down 28% across the nation a year ago. foreclosures down to an eye-popping 65% in california. and it turns out a new law in california is helping to boost housing numbers across the country tonight. suze orman quick to point out to us today. the banks there, pushed to do something else. finally allowing homeowners to avoid foreclosure -- with what's called a short sale. and here's how it works. >> you owe $200,000, but your house is only worth $150,000. >> reporter: only worth 150,000 and the banks finally letting you sell for that. >> reporter: do you still owe $50 grand though? >> you're not still left with it, they wipe it off the board
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